The Trump administration is feuding with Erdogan's government over American pastor Andrew Brunson. But behind the particulars of this case, there's also a new geopolitical reality to reckon with.
Evo Morales has done remarkable things for his country. But now, he is rejecting term limits—and Bolivians are taking to the streets to stand up for the rule of law.
A new policy in India displays imperialism's disastrous aftershocks—but also the way in which legal language is increasingly used, around the globe, to mask what is in fact ethnic cleansing.
The resignation of German soccer star Mesut Özil isn't just about racism in the soccer establishment. It's a case study in how Western countries talk about immigration and identity.
For once, the soccer squad is packed with coolheaded, collaborative stalwarts. Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet, on the other hand, is full of grandstanding loudmouths.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador won in a landslide on Sunday. At the heart of his platform: forgiveness for drug offenses and a national reconciliation effort. Can it work?